Hyundai Verna will completely change: new photos

Hyundai Verna will completely change: new photos

September 4, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Hyundai China is preparing for the premiere of a restyled version of Verna. The model will lose the 1.6-liter engine with 123 horsepower, will be transformed externally, will receive a new multimedia system and an expanded set of assisting systems.

Most of all, a restyled sedan differs from the stern: the optics on the updated model are connected by a jumper, as on the new Sonata, the license plate has moved from the bumper to the trunk lid, the fog lamp is located below the center of the bumper, a pronounced false exhaust has appeared. The new body kit added a sedan 25 millimeters in length, but the wheelbase with restyling has not changed – the same 2600 millimeters.

Chinese journalists learned that the public debut of the updated Verna will be held on September 5 in the capital of Sichuan, Chengdu. The pre-production sedan has already been brought to a local dealer, but the interior of the novelty is masked, so there are no photos of the cabin.[IP]&ua=[UA]&domain=[DOMAIN]&page=[PAGE]&secure=[SECURE]&language=[BROWSER_LANGUAGE]&bidfloor=[BIDFLOOR]&gdpr_consent=[GDPR_CONSENT]

The top-end configurations of the updated Verna will receive LED adaptive headlights, a strip control assistant and a frontal collision avoidance system. According to rumors, the Verna interior will not change much: it will be possible to distinguish the updated sedan by the increased screen size of the multimedia complex.

The only power unit of the model for the Chinese market will remain a 1.4-liter 100-strong aspirated. In the basic configuration, the motor will be combined with a six-speed manual, and the classic “automatic” can complement or replace the new continuously variable transmission IVT.

Sales of the updated Verna in China will begin in the last quarter. Nothing is known about the prices of the sedan after restyling, but no serious rise in price is expected in a falling market. Today, the Chinese analogue of Solaris costs about 73,000 yuan